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THE HAWAIIAN J5TAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY -J,' 1910. ' ' Fiva X THE . upt I JB.mJK.rn. JK. THEATRE i i mm m a n n n i j LSI Iff 1 MM fTonfuTA Film i rnr rnmnnu n n f) J 1 Mill MKL ELEVEN GOME FILIPINO: towaway: HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA. b'6ii 28: llnwaflan Commercial. $37: Hdndkaa J20! Hutchinsor $10,25; KI-' ' lauea, $14.75. Makawell, $50.2G; Ono- Oil of Wlntorgraen, Tymol, Glycerine, mea, $51.50;,Paauhau, $27.75; Union Mill, $CC50. '. Hutchinson was offered at $17, Onomea at $53, Paauhau at $28. 25 and Union at $63. Etc., Used as a Slmplo Wash. It really seems Btrango that so many peoplo suffer year In and year out with eczema, when It Is now ho longer WORTH TWO CENTS. " 'a secret that oil of wintergreen mixed I Local get-rlch-qulck victims of' May- with thymol, glycerine, etc., makes a Eleven Filipinos managed to stow nineteen military convicts who are go- flower mine promoters may ho inter- wash that Is hound to cure. away on the transport Sheridan In ,nS to serve terms at Alcatraz. ested In knowing that 8,000 shares ot Old, obstinate, cases, It Is true, can- Manila and were not discovered until " Novomuer 1T when the transport the stock soldfln San Francisco on De- not be cured In a few days, but there was on ner way to Aianna a memDer cemoer zi .aan rrancisco biuck m- is absolutely no sufferer from eczema the vessel was at Ben. They have been o lh(J CIW named Crowley was lost change's official report) at two cents who ever used this Bimplo wash and turned over to the commanding officer overboard. It was Impossible to ob- per share. did not find immediately that wonder- at Fort .Shatter and will bo sent back tain particulars of his death aboard' ' fully soothing, calm, cool sensation to their country on, the first transport and Influence Is evidently being used! PAPERS FILED. that comes when the Itch is taken going that way. to suppress tho .facts In connection ! The following have been filed up away. Instantly upon applying a few Captain Healy Is taking no chances therewith. 'to this afternoon for registration; drops of tho wash the remedy takes on shipping any more undesirables at "jfll all come out In San Fran- Win, R. Castle and wife to Annlo ; effect, tho Itch is allayed. There is no this port and a most rigid Inspection cisco," said ono member of the crew Kama, deed. 'need of experiment the patient knows of all persons boarding the transport this morning, "and then something Wilder Wight to Charles L. Wight, at once. Is being maintained. will drop." ' revocation power at. I Instead of trying to compound tho The Sheridan arrived early this morn- E. S. Mcllvaln the boxer, well known 1 Wilder Wight to Waterhouso Trust, 0I1 of wintergreen, thymol, glycerine, etc. in the right proportions ourselves we are using a proscription which Is universally fond tho most effective, It Is known as" the D. D. D. Prescription, or Oil of Wintergreen Compound. It Is made by tho D. D. D. Co. of Chi- 111 n si he lng and will leave at 5 p. m. today, here, Is returning to tho States by the revocation power at. Her trip from the Philippines was un- transport; eventful. Among those booked to leave for San Thero are 845 men In troops" quar- Francisco from here by tho Sheridan ters aboard the transport. They urq nro: Lieut, and Mrs. Dockery, Lieut. long to the Sixth Cavalry. There aro Gronlnger, Mrs. ourle, Mrs. Griffith also 189 casuals aboaitd, including and Mr. Hunter. REAL ESTAT E PRGES HAL F CENTURY QrpheumTheatre tonight t JACK GOLDEN MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY. IN' ' The Funny Musical Comedy A Lesson II In Cooking t - J l l Hit n nfC BUY DIED THElUill Emalla Llwal and husband to Henry B. Baldwin, deed. A. N. Hayselden and wife to II. P. Baldwin, deed . . D. W. Naplhaa and wife to W. F. Rogue, deed. , cago, and our long experience witn I H. Higgins and wife to W. F.I this remedy has given use great con- Pogue, deed. Ifldenco in its merits. Honolulu Drug I A. F. Tavaers and wife to Keahua 1 Company. Ranch Co., deed. I John R. Knnlau to Edward L. Llko and wife, deed. Walter H. Bradley to M. W. Tschu dl, .deed I Kekoona AkI, et al.. to J. Garcia. Also An Olio of Good Vaudeville Matinees Wednesdays and Saturdays. VrICES Evenlpg 15, 25c and BOc Mltlnees: Adults 25c, Children 15c .,,,P,art Theater 1 ' Fort Street Below Beretanla . Moving Pictures AND Vaudeville , Changes MONDAY, V , WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY Emp ire Theater HOTEL STREET Vaudeville Values of real estate in the business district ot Honolulu fifty-four years ago may bo Interesting for comparison with present day values. Some aro found in a diagram accompanying an account of 'a sale by auction of tho Reynolds property on April 17, 185G, In the public achlves. Tho old corner, Queen and Nuuanu street, 33 feet on the former and 50 feet on the latter, $4900. Next lot on Queen street, 3G feet front and a little over 50 feet depth, $3G0O. The corner lot at Nuuanu and Mes chant streets, 22 ,feot on the former and 77 on the latter, $1700, and tho next lot below on Nuuanu, 22 feet by 77 feet, $1315. Next lot above on Merchant, 27 feet front on the latter and 55 feet deep, $800. Corner of Hotel and Nuuanu, site of the present. Perry building, and four adjoining lots up Nuuanu, $1800, $920, ! $800, $700 and $890 respectively. Their dimensions were something like 35 feet on Nuuanu and 70 feet deep ex cept the last one which was about 100 feet deep. Next to the present Royal saloon site at.Nuuanu and Merchant, a square lot fronting 35 feet on Nuuanu, $J0G0. Two lots beyond, an alley intervening, 40 and 41 feet front respectively, $1825 and $1935, the first being perhaps 90 and the second 125 feet deep. On the Merchant street front, each about 28 feet with a depth of 35 feet, opposite tho present (police station, $730 and $780. John Thomas Waterhouse (I) was the purchaser of several of the lots.' Other lots were sold in the same blocks, the prices being In keeping with those just quoted.-' J. Querino, a cabin passenger on ' agreement, board the steamer Mauna Loa, arriving , S. Yainasakl to K. Kamamura, lease, this morning, died last night while ' Emma Nahaololua to William T. tho steamer was abreast of Maui, con- Robinson, deed. ' sumption being tho cause of death. The J Cecil Brown and wife to James B. parents of deceased, who was Httlo Castle, deed, more than a boy, took charge of tho ' '' , FISHES MONTHS VOYAGE Well, wo have sold our Collego HIMs bargain, advertised last week. Our bargains seem to take. Here's a few more. Two building lots in Mnnoa $2000 nnd $950 respectively. Good soil, good elevation and price and Verms right. At Kalmukl on 12th Avenue we lwvo four (4) of the best lots left. Thio ls tho locality that has an unrlvalcd view of Honolulu Harbor and tho WaI anae Mountains, and whero tho bost residences .In tho tract have been built Theso lots aro cleared and Improved. A bargain at $3,800. ' Waterhouse rust to Corner Fort and Merchant Stree 8 remains, the Board of Health having first been notified of tho death by the steamship people. The German ship H. Hackfold ar rived off port from Rotterdam this morning bringing a cargo of general merchandise fo H. Hackfeld Co. She will dock this afternoon. The ship made tho long voyage In 124 days, a very smart performance and consider ably better than the average. A four masted schooner, believed to bo tho Carrier Dove, nineteen days from Gray's Harbor. She will como into i Ewa Plant. Co 32.00 ' 32.50 the harbor lato this afternoon Hawaiian Agn 200.00 250. 00 Haw. C. & S. Co 37.75 38.00 er his clients advanced something like 'ij,ii q - r. m $4,000. SUlllater, when victory seem-TInnnm 6,,,. r nn.nn centlon boinU clven bv BIshon Ros ed even more certain local dealers rais- , Honokaa Sugar Co.... 20.125 20.50 'tarlck and tho clergy of St. Andrew's ed $6,000 and advanced It to their at- fnutchlnson ' 1G.75 17.50 ' cathedral. The corner stone was laid tor C0ul NEWS (Continued from page four.) STOCK EXCHANGE REPORT , Session Sales 5 Ewa $32.25. . I Between Boards 125 Ewa $32.25; 25 ,Ewa $32.25; 50 Ewa $32.25; 35 Haw. C. & S. Co., $38.00. Stock. Bid. Asked. St. Andrew's Priory now building was formally opened last night, a re- Save Money 'by Using tho S WIRELESS Instant Communication. Offlde Open Sunday Morning from 8 to 10. Classified Advertising WANTED. Students to enroll for night classes in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typo wrltng, Mechanical Drawing, Engllsn and Arithmetic at Y .M. C. A. Sec ond term begins Jan. 3. Class fees, low. Inquire today. ""Diamond and Jewelry bought, sold and exchanged. J. Carlo. Fort St. Names of "parties living about ten ney. Altogether, $12.00 In round Kekal Sugar Co 195.00 '0 February 8 last and tho cost o Souih-East of nolulu whoso MOTION PICTURES Return of tho Popi'W Favorite MAY WALLACE. Extra Attraction a . ANNA GALION Tremlcr Soprano NO INCREASE III PRICES S. E. LUgS PARISIAN OPTICIAN. Matonlc Bldg. cor. Hotel and Alakea. iVrHEBOOHj PASSENGERS. Departed. Per Stmr. Mauna 'Kea, for Hawaii and Maul ports, Jan. 4. Oliver Akau, Hong Chock, J. F. Woods, W. McKay, C. E. Wright, T. C. Davles'and .friend, D. McCorrlston, Z. . Meters. E..H. Wood, Mrs. J. Wood, Mrs. V. R. Isen berg, Rudolph Isenberg, Alex. Iserjberg, Miss A. Duisenberg, Mrs. E. H. Dui- senberg, T. R. Robinson, Capt. Habroke and wife, Capt. Walcott and wife, Cap- figures was paid by the plaintiffs to .Koloa Sugar. Co tne attorney. McBrydo . 5.50 There Is no nppeal .from yes.terday's 0ahu Sugar Co 32i50 decision. There is no way around it, 0nomea Sug.! Co...... 50.50 either; for if sake is a wine within the 0aa gugar c0 5.875 meaning of the law the one, great point paauhau raised by Colonel Thomas Fitch and Paa piant.'c ft. 125.00 uin mucins io imucntu cuuiineieiy ouu Pepeekeo 155.00 :: ;Pioneer M11L 195.00 PAPERS FILED YESTERDAY. !Waialua Agr, 120.00 E. H. Wqdehouse, tr. and wile, to;Hawn Electric-Co.... 150.00 Kauai Fruit' & Land Co., deed. Walmanalo David L. Pbterson and wife to 'Hon, R T. Co.'com.'.'.'ios'.OO umiio jiuw ueeu. Waimea Sugar Co.... ISo.oo .11. x'. lictyja uuu wuu iu ..uuiut; .J. Tier, deed. 4 L. K. Naorto and wife to Koolau Railway Co.;' Ltd., deed. L. K. Nabno and wife to Koolau Railway Co., ' Ltd., lease. J S. Azenejdo to John P. K. Wood, a. m. ; . John P. K. Wood to P. E. R. St"rauch, am. -, . J. M. McCb6sney and wife to O. Bolto, a. m. Z K'alal ICimfo MaullIH deed. William R. Castle and wife to Anno Kama," deed. ir.s.no the structure Is $54,G00, of whlcn. G.ot) $330G.9G Is still lacking. 33.00 ' Haiku Fruit & Packing Co. Is. hav 51,25 Ins s chart Sram endc3 lo lncreaso G.OO '10 cailtal st'ock'Trom flOO.OO to $400, 2900 00- 150.00 1G0.01) 196.00 122.00 M0. 00 houso was looted In June 1907. Ad dress: O. E. Musgrovo, Fort Worden Wash. ' 185.00 New Advertisements A first class popular barber to worlc at the first chair. Como ready for. work. Harold Jeffs, Bethel Street. PIANO-TUNING AND REPAJK1.NU BY AUTHORITY 115.00 I. I. S. N. Co Nahlku Rub. Co HIlo R. R. Co Hon. El: & M. "bo Haw. Pine. Co 29.50 Cal. Rof. Co. Gs Haw. Irr. Co.' Gs Hllo R. R. Co. Gs Hllo R. R. Ex. 6s... Honokaa. Gs Hon. It. T. Co. Gs.. McBryde Gs 99.00 O. R. & L. Co. 5s 102.00 Oahu Sug,' Co. Gs ' (Re- " deeniable at 103 at maturity) 101.00 j Olaa Gs I'acmc Mm us iuz.su I GOVERNMENT WATER NOTICE. Tho supply of Water in tho Nuu anu Valley has Increased to such an 14"BU ' purposes ot Irrigation 'between th,e hours of 6 and S a. m. and 4 to G p. m. J. M. LITTLE, Superintendent of Honolulu Water 100.00 100.00 "100.25 1 Approved: i,nDfnnT nnrnnprr 91 50 97 50 ,YW1Llvo-lv'AN wiiuriiuijij, Superintendent of' Public Works. Honolulu, T.. H., January 4, 1910. .21.50 29.75 101.50 102.00 111.00 100.00 WOOD'S MOVEMENTS. A letter was received hy Will Cooper yesterday irom Secretary H. P. Wood, of the Promotion Committee : Ploneer M11IGs 10tl-0ft and Chamber of Commerce, dated at wnIBiua ASn iw.w . ... Sl"!flrl." V?.be, 2- W!!U?i WHERE TO SPEND SUNDAY, been; delayed three days by a great 100.25 104.25 LOST Opal Brooch, between WylTle St. and Postofllce. RewarH tins office. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Mr. W. F. Wilson, whose office Is In the building on Fort street lately oc cupled by this company, Is authorized to recelvo all bills payablo to this company;, and that ho is tho only typhoon ono of the few thlnirs in which the Stra:Its Settlements led tho .the Pleasantest of all lsHaleiwa, a There are few nlaces on this Island which invite guests 'for the week-end Person hoWnS such authority in addi tion to tne uuiyiappoiniea Treasurer oi .Tames Sneridan, tuner nnd repair ing ot pianos and organs. No. lti Hotol street, orders left at HawalU News Co., Young building. Goo pianos to rent or sell at cheapest rate. FOR RENT. Clean furnished rooms for working men from $1 a week up. 1281 Fort street. DRESS MAKING. Mrs. Nellie Jol nson. Rates. 1119 Union Street. Reasonable- L08T. Old books, magazines, Hawaiian stamps and curios. Books exchanged. Weedon Curio Bazaar. Fort Street, above PauahL DRAMATIC. MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio from, San Francisco, 175 Beretanla. Prac tical 3-months private course. Act- . lng, Elocution, Monologues, Vaude ville, Dancing, Reading. Grace Cul ture. Phono 33. Hawaiian islands. Tho secretary was short ' drive by auto, or a two hours tain Willard and wife, A. J. Stillman, ! leaving tnat day for Batavla, and In- 1rmo In a comtortaDI car over 1110 u D. Lelth, L. L. Parsons. J. S. Taylor, 'tended, returning In time to catch nm n- and L- railway. The location of IS COMING SIGNS TELL rOU OF IT Sharp Mr. Case, j. J. Page, J. Maertens, wife and children, Mr. Ormsby, J. Belser, B. F. Howland, C. R. Willard, Mr. Warmser, R. Gosling, 3'. W. Doyle, Judge S. M. Ballou and wife, Miss T. Bldgood, Mrs. Turner, Thos. Llsh man, Isaac Pollard, Mrs. Bauman, J. K. Kennedy, W. J. Dyer Capt Morso and wife Lt. Sheridan, Lt. Jatoes, M. J." Prosser, Major Foster, R, M. Corso and wife, Jphn Moore Jr., and wife, C. J. Felblg, wife and son, Mrs. Swanson, and child, Miss J Ho, Mrs. Kahler and child. I Makes Gi Makes Good Signs 08 I Phone 897 riie Job Prtntrny, waromco LATEST SHIPPING. .' Tuesday, Jan. 4. 1910. San Francisco Sailed Jan. 3. S. S.' Mexican for Honolulu. ' Redondo Arlved Jan. 4, schr, W. H. Marston,- from Hllo, Dec. 4. Yokohama Sailed Jan. -4.' S. S. China, for. Honolulu. Hllo Arrived Jan. 2. Bk. Olympic, from Port Ludlow. San Francisco Sailed Jan, 4, Bktne Corona'do, for Honolulu. K steamer on December 0 for Colombo, Halelwa outclasses any placo..ln .tho According to his plans he is now in B- iI1B e" "KS anu luuma tho Colonies. .courts compare with tho best on tho mainland and the cuisine and service Is the best. Tho rooms are largo and comfortable, proof against mosquitoes and every one front. No other hotol has such rest tempting verandas and PLUMBING PERMITS. Jan, 4 Chan Kin Sut, two two-story lodg-1 lng houses, Vineyard street near LI llha. W. G. Let, plumber. R. Matsumoto, two-sttory store, Ho. ,tel street'. G. MatsulshI, plumbor. chairs and none the. spacious lawns. There Is a mine of Interesting ma- tho Company, ' WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD. By Its 2nd Vice President W. M. GflFFARD. Honolulu, January 3, 1910. NOTICE. AMALGAMATION C. BREWER & COMPANY LTD. and WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD. Tho Interests heretofore represent" BUILDING PERMITS. Bishop H. B. Restarlck, remove wooden bululdlng from "St. Andrew's Priory grounds to IolanI ' school ground. , KwongjFong Fook, alter building at River and Kukul. John Thompson, dwelling, Bucklo lane. Annlo A. Kearns, store and fruit cannory (44, roms) Emma street abovo Beretanla. Lau Tang, store, ol'c, Smith and Pauahl streets. " ' terlal within riding distance and the d by Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited. ronda are cood. wl"' auor "ecmucr ue ii. , ... n ri o -. resenteu uy u. urewcr oc viuuii'"". FEMININE VIEWPOINT. Him "Two heads aro bettor than ono, you know?" i Her "Yes, Indeqd. They can wear twlcd as many hati." inr :nh lriiitme. Star Office, STOOKS;IN 'FRISCO, , Followlng-were tho bids for sugar stocks In San Francisco on. Decern- Sugar 3.99c Beets, 12s 4 1 -2d Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,, Members Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange. N LFORT AND HER cn ANT STS. TELMPHONH 7S0 Ltd. . v Plantation drafts on Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., aftor tills dat'e, will bo presented to C. Brewer & Company, Ltd., for payment at tho Queen Street offices UNTIL WEDNESDAY, JANU ARY 5th', and thoreaftor at' Fort Street Ofllco (Wm, G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., iTomTses). All monthly bills and accounts against fTTo firm of Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., will be prosonted at Fort Street Offices. C BREWER & COMPANY, (Limited.) By E. F. Bishop, President. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD., By.W. M. Glffard, 2d Vice-Prosidont. Dated, Honolulu, JDocombor '31, 1909. 'WRITE T0i)AY .or a Free Samples" rCONGO ROOFING You'll get it promptly and it will settle the. 'roofing problem for you, You neycr saw that quality before at that price. ,Whcn your order comes, you will like it still better. The perfect rolls, no flaws or weak spots, HIV vuvja vutv fully protected, make ''every inch of the roofing available. No wasto trimmings, no broken edges on Congo Roofing: f Write for the Sample! Lowers i Cooke's, Ltd Ewa Plantation Dividend Warrant No. E 8114 dated Nov. 30, 1909 in favor -of C. A. Gllman. Amount $35.00. Pay-. ment stopped. Fine Job Printing, Star Ofllcus -it, 'A - &mw .